December 7, 2022 – The Food Institute, a publication dedicated to providing comprehensive news about the food industry, recently interviewed CEO Austin Caperton. He spoke of the Appalachian Salmon project’s opportunities and its role in the emerging North American aquaculture market. Access the full article here.
December 1, 2022 – Appalachian Salmon CEO Austin Caperton was interviewed by online publication, SeafoodSource, commenting on the unique advantages and opportunities of the US-based aquaculture project. Access the full article here.
April 8, 2022 – Austin Caperton appeared on the podcast, “Appalachia Meets World” to discuss his history with the state of West Virginia, the Appalachian Salmon project, and the impact the project will have for the region. The Appalachia Meets World podcast is hosted by brothers Will and Neil who were “born and raised in […]
“Austin Caperton, a former member of Gov. Jim Justice’s administration and a Beckley businessman with a coal mining background, has founded and is launching Appalachian Salmon, a land-based aquaculture project that will provide the North American market”… Read More
Gov. Justice, WVDEP Sec. Ward announce over $24.7 million in AML Economic Revitalization Program grants
CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice and West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) Sec. Harold Ward held a virtual ceremony today to announce the recommendation of nine AML Economic Revitalization Program projects that will utilize over $24.7 million in federal grant funding for economic development at abandoned mine land sites across the state. Read more
“GLEN DANIEL, WV (WVNS)– A grant from Governor Jim Justice was awarded to a Raleigh County businessman helping to fund a new initiative…” Read More